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Christmas Number 1 Betting – Chris Kamara ‘favourite’ to top the charts as price slashed

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There’s just five weeks to go until the big man makes an appearance, which of course means we’ll soon find out who’s claimed this year’s official Christmas Number 1.

With X Factor switching to a celebrity special, the race for top spot is wide open with a number of acts in the running including some big names and a few who’ll definitely raise an eyebrow starting with the market leader.

Chris Kamara.

The former footballer and now tv presenter has, weirdly, decided to release an album!?

And he’s 6/1 to be crowned number one at Christmas, unbelievable Jeff.

He’ll be up against it though. Especially after the launch of the highly anticipated annual John Lewis Christmas advert, which this year features Bastille frontman Dan Smith.

His cover of REO Speedwagon’s ‘Can’t fight this feeling’ is 6/1 to bag top spot.

However, a John Lewis Xmas tune has never topped the Christmas chart.

35 years after missing out on the top spot, Wham! and George Michael’s Last Christmas is 7/1 to finally bag a Christmas number one.

Tyson Fury is never too far away from the headlines, but you wouldn’t expect him to be anywhere near the Christmas Chart betting, well he is.

The Gypsy King has teamed up with Robbie Williams, a match made in heaven, to release a Christmas banger and the unlikely duo is 9/1 to bag top spot.

Meghan McKenna looks pretty nailed on to win Celebrity X-Factor and she, or whoever wins the inaugural show, is 10/1 to be crowned Christmas Number 1.

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